TINA NEESE

Tina Neese works for GCES as a client relationship manager, diligently answering and assisting all of our clients with their questions. With more than 20 years of experience in client relations, she takes pride in making federal employees feel at home and letting them know that they have our full, undivided attention when they trust us with their most precious assets.

Just like Phil, Tina is from Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. She attended Indiana County Technology Center and Cambria-Rowe Business College, and she has a marketing diploma and a Pennsylvania notary license. On top of providing excellent service to our clients, Tina works closely with everyone on our team at GCES to accomplish a common goal. Now she’s trying to go even farther, working on her Pennsylvania health and life license which will allow her to help Galen with client policies.

Tina believes that her job at GCES is the culmination of decades of hard work. She spent time in the restaurant and automotive industries, and while she enjoyed both, she feels that she’s finally found the perfect fit in GCES. “I can make a tangible difference here,” she says. “I love helping everyone on the team with anything they made need help with, and I love it even more when a client calls me to tell me just how happy they are with how much we’ve been able to help.”

Our clients at GCES have made this Tina’s favorite job she’s ever held, but she did strike up some luck in the automotive world, meeting her husband Daniel, who makes her laugh harder than anyone she’s ever met. The two enjoy cooking, camping, shooting guns, fishing, finding waterfalls and exploring Mother Nature.

She also has two daughters, and raising them was the only job she’s ever found more rewarding than her position at GCES. Now as a grandmother, she’s achieved true inner peace. With a happy marriage, a growing family and a job she’s passionate about, Tina is at a point in her life at which everything is perfect.

“I just try to be optimistic. No matter what happens, I’m ready to take it as it is,” she says. “Positivity seems to make everything fall into place. It’s worked in my life, and it’s worked at GCES, so I see no reason to stop.”